The ALL4INCLUSION project focuses on developing the skills of adult educators to improve adult participation in education with a focus on vulnerable groups of adults, especially on women. Particular, vulnerable groups refer to long-term unemployed, women excluded from participation in lifelong learning, adults with learning difficulties, migrants with little language knowledge, elderly adults who lack of digital skills and adults with physical or mental disabilities.
The project aims to provide adults with a three-stage upskilling pathway programme e.g. audit-skills intervention and validation. Emphasis is given on acquiring, developing, assessing and validating a set of essential employability skills such as digital, financial, numeracy and literacy competences thus to be able to meet the needs of the digitized economy. A key objective is to equip vulnerable groups of adults to find good-quality jobs and fulfill their potential as socially included citizens.
In line with the European Agenda for Adult Learning priorities and the Council Recommendation on Upskilling Pathways, the project seeks to develop a Training Package with effective outreach strategies thus to improve adult participation in education, promote the acquisition of key competences for employability purposes and enhance quality of opportunities provided.